Quick 4th Of July Wreath

Quick 4th Of July Wreath

This 4th of july wreath is so easy to make you can whip it up in under 15 mins.

What you need

Christmas Wreath

4 Flag decorations

Assorted flowers we used red gerberas

 Ribbon for decorating

Hot glue gun and glue sticks



Welcome to our DIY tutorial for creating a quick and charming 4th of July wreath! If you’re looking for a fun and easy way to add a patriotic flair to your home decor this Independence Day, you’re in the right place. In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to repurpose a leftover Christmas pine wreath into a festive masterpiece adorned with American flags and cheerful flowers. With just a few simple materials and a bit of creativity, you’ll have a beautiful wreath ready to hang in no time. Let’s get started!


Prepare Your Wreath:

Take out your leftover Christmas pine wreath and ensure it’s clean and free of any dust or debris.I always pick up discounted wreath in January cause the can be used all year around.

Attach the Flags:

Arrange the four American flags on the left side of the wreath.

Use hot glue to secure each flag onto the wreath. Make sure they are evenly spaced and positioned neatly.

Place your flowers and daisies around the wreath, filling in any gaps between the flags.

Experiment with different arrangements until you’re satisfied with the look.

Once you’re happy with the placement, use hot glue to attach the flowers to the wreath.

Create a Hanging Loop

Cut a piece of red check ribbon to your desired length for hanging.

Form a loop with the ribbon and glue the ends together to secure it.

Attach the loop to the top of the wreath using hot glue.

Final Touches:

Take a moment to inspect your wreath and make any adjustments as needed.

Ensure all decorations are securely attached.


Once the glue has dried completely, your 4th of July wreath is ready to be displayed!

Hang it on your front door, above a mantel, or anywhere else you want to add a patriotic touch to your decor.


Feel free to customize your wreath with additional decorations such as glitter, stars, or ribbons in red, white, and blue.

If you don’t have red gerbera flowers or daisies, substitute them with any other red, white, or blue flowers you have on hand.

With these simple steps, you can transform a leftover Christmas wreath into a festive and patriotic decoration perfect for celebrating the 4th of July!

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